Heidi Marie Perry Johnson Obituary

April 17, 2013

in Hartland,News,Obituaries

HARTLAND – A mass of Christian burial will be celebrated, today, at Sacred Heart Church in Lebanon at 11 a.m. for Heidi Marie Perry Johnson, 33, who passed away suddenly surrounded by her family and friends April 11.
She was born on May 6, 1979 in Lebanon, NH to Michael A. & Diane M( Eastman) Perry. Heidi grew up in North Hartland and graduated from Hartford High School in 1997. She most recently worked at DHMC as a Phlebotomist. Heidi loved life and lived hers to the fullest. She was a very giving and loving person.
Heidi’s miracle from God and gift to us all is her precious daughter, Kaylah. Heidi loved dolphins, golfing, visiting the beach, camping, swimming, knitting, crocheting and walks with Kaylah. Heidi also loved spending time with all her family and friends but most of all her daughter, nieces Piper and Emma and nephew Ryan. One of her most recent joys was a trip to Disney with Kaylah and Andy. There really are no words to truly describe what an amazing young woman Heidi was. She will be loved and missed by all.
Heidi is survived by her parents, Michael and Diane Perry of North Hartland; her daughter Kaylah Johnson of Hartland; former husband Andrew Johnson of Hartland; her twin sister Nicole LeBlanc and husband Todd of Newbury, NH; a sister Alisha Lundrigan and husband Patrick of Plainfield, NH; two brothers Kai Eastman and girlfriend Kelsey Tweed of Hartland, Michael LaHaye and wife Sabrina of Keystone Heights, FL; Gram Beatrice Eastman of Lebanon, NH; aunts, uncles, cousins, nieces, nephews, many close friends and her boyfriend Adam Lemoine of Hartland. She is predeceased by maternal grandfather Ernest Eastman and her uncle Bernard Eastman.
In lieu of flowers memorial donations can be made to: Heidi Johnson Memorial Fund, c/o Alisha Lundrigan for her daughter Kaylah Johnson’s educational fund, Mascoma Savings Bank, 67 N Park Street, Lebanon, NH 03766.
An online guest book is available by visiting www.rickerfuneralhome.com

This obituary first appeared in the April 18, 2013 print edition of the Vermont Standard.

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